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Little Feat Live at Charlton Athletic Football Ground on 1976-05-31




***** PREVIOUSLY UNCIRCULATED ******


01. On Your Way Down (6:30)
02. Lafayette Railroad > (2:02)
03. Day Or Night (7:41)
04. All That You Dream (5:23)
05. Cold Cold Cold > (6:21)
06. Dixie Chicken > (9:57)
07. Tripe Face Boogie (7:02)


Collection LittleFeat
Band/Artist Little Feat
Venue Charlton Athletic Football Ground
Location London, UK

Source RM > SBD recording(origin unknown)
Lineage RM > SBD > edits by David Cohen > CD > Chris Cafiero(EAC)> WaveLab 7.2.1 > .wav @16/44.1 > UAD-2(editing/re-mastering) > XAct > flac16(tags).
Taped by unknown
Transferred by Edited by David Cohen-Edited and mastered by Alex Ford.

Notes

SHNID 127223

- First time in circulation!

- Thanks to David Cohen for his initial editing.

- Final editing/mastering by Alex Ford 2/28/2014.

- Much thanks to Holger Siebert and Chris Cafiero for lending their extensive Little Feat knowledge.

- All efforts were made to improve this recording, please enjoy!

Comments(featbase.net):

- Charlton Festival

- Other bands at the festival: The Who, The Sensational Alex Harvey Band, Outlaws,Streetwalker and Widowmaker.

- Program and free sun visors were available at this show.

- 70,000 tickets sold plus an additional 10,000 were counterfeit.

- Although there are no recordings to back this up, the full set list is thought to be:

Skin It Back
One Love Stand
Rock and Roll Doctor
Oh Atlanta
On Your Way Down
Lafayette Railroad >
Day Or Night
All That You Dream
Cold Cold Cold >
Dixie Chicken >
Tripe Face Boogie

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Featroller note: Alex worked long and hard on this one and it really shows. It's rare enough to have a previously
uncirculated show from the 70s, and it's downright incredible to have one with this kind of sound quality. Thanks
also to Chris and everyone else involved.

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Info and photos from the Festival - Courtesy http://www.ukrockfestivals.com

Reviews

Reviewer: simon wagstaff - - April 26, 2014
Subject: OMG!
I was at this show and almost remember some of it! I do remember the Who later that evening, it was raining and Roger Daltry came out and said "It's the who on ice" this looks amazing and will down load it immediately.
Reviewer: mntnjam - - March 5, 2014
Subject: Can't get over it !
I've recorded live shows starting at the Cape Cod Coliseum in the summer of '79! This is without doubt one of the most exiting finds of my sojourn! Kudos to the sound engineering and effort behind this gem! It also highlights some of the bands sonic origins. Boy have the Radiators endured, listen to the reason why.....DOWNLOAD. Rock On!
John M.
Reviewer: nassau73 - - March 4, 2014
Subject: Laid Back mid-70's jamming feel
I'm really enjoying listening to this show. The recording sound quality is great for that era.

Plus, this show has that laid back, jamming "feel".

This show is apparently from a festival that featured the Who and Outlaws. I would think that folks who personally attended the show to hear the kind of "big show" performances those two bands are usually noted for would consider this Little Feat performance to be out of place.

Ah, but for those of us who like to feel the spirit of the jams - this is a definite listen.
Reviewer: achipar - - March 1, 2014
Subject: tripe me
oh yeah--didn't think I'd see anymore SBD FEats in the best format
many many thanks
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